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  • Follow the steps in slide 3-8 to setup a LinkedIn Account
  • Follow slide 9 to setup profile, Slide 10-15 is the profile example
  • These are the applications that you can add to your profiles to spice themup.
  • Slide 17-19 is how you can see who has viewed your profile. You can use this feature for people search.
  • Slide 22-25 shows how to do job/company searches
  • Slides 26-31 shows how to search and join groups

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  • 1. By Dr. Aikyna Finch Colorado Springs Social Networking Examiner
  • 2. LinkedIn Outline
    • Sign up and set up your profile
    • Search for jobs and companies
    • Connect with recruiters from the companies
    • Join Groups
    • www.linkedin.com
  • 3. Sign Up Process
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  • 9. Profile Setup
  • 10. Profile Example
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  • 16. Applications
  • 17. Who Viewed My Profile
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  • 20. Contacts
  • 21. Inbox
  • 22. Job Search
  • 23.  
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  • 25. Company Search
  • 26. Join Groups
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  • 32. Differences in LinkedIn and Twitter
    • LinkedIn
    • Twitter
    • You make connections
    • You display content on screen
    • You can include large amounts of type
    • Information takes time to process
    • Information is setup for computer use
    • You can setup groups of interest
    • You follow people
    • You display content through links
    • You have only 140 characters
    • Information is processed in real time
    • Information is setup for mobile use
    • You can setup lists and hashtags (#) of interests
  • 33. Differences in LinkedIn and Facebook
    • LinkedIn
    • Facebook
    • You make connections
    • Information takes time to process
    • You can setup groups of interest
    • You friend people
    • Information is processed in real time
    • You can setup fan, community and group pages of interest
  • 34. Conclusion
    • Job Search Social Networking Helps With
    • Benefits to Social Networking
    • Organizations Interaction
    • Hiring and Business Success
    • Data Collection
    • More Information
    • More Contacts
    • More Exposure
    • More Opportunities
  • 35.